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for north korean human rights and the projection of north korean refugees. and joseph kim, who is a remarkable individual who himself escaped from north korea at the age of 13. hudson is that he was founded 51 years ago as a forward-looking international policy research organization, designed to think creatively about how to achieve a better future in the face of an unprecedented challenges of the early 1960s. but the world has changed significantly since those days, our fundamental way of looking at it has not. since the days of the founding hudson is to do, work has been shaped in part by the belief that dedicated efforts of a few determined individuals can make a significant difference in the fight for human freedom rights. the book we discussed today, "escape from north korea: the untold story of asia's underground railroad" embodies this concept. a highly anticipated volume by hudson senior fellow, melanie kirkpatrick, has just been published and is already received very favorable reviews in "the wall street journal," the weekly standard, publishers weekly, the asia times
of north korea. our cameras go inside the under ground railroad. >> helping north koreans get out, the secret groups. this is extremely dangerous. >> for the first time this detector speaks. >> we escaped over the river at the narrowest part. >> a baumanana baby from the 19. jennifer he esposito have in common? >> he had the heist case i have ever seen. >> we look at the medical mystery story of celiac disease. it's what happens when food and what's in it becomes your enemy. >> >> this is "fox files." >> december 28th, 2011, sub zero temperatures and a winter storm grip north korea as the world's most secretive and oppressive country laid to rest its supreme leader kim jong-il. the world got a rare glimpse inside this sealed off nation, historical throngs of north koreans line the 25 mile route in the procession in a ritual of bizarre mourning but it is unclear if the wailing was genuine or motivated fear. >> people probably understand what would happen if they didn't show sufficient grief. >> much of it was forced. the state wanted this behavior. >> and the state was working over
, but is there tbroagrowing dis sent in our cas go in the underground railroad. >> secret routes helping north koreans get out. this is extremely dangerous. >> for the first time this defector speaks. >> we escaped over the river at the narrowest part. >> and what does a hockey player, a banana baby from the 1930s, and blue blood's actress jennifer esposito have in common. >> you have the highest case i've ever seen. >>a h we dig deep into the medil mystery of celiac disease. it's what happens when food becomes your enemy. >>> this is fox files. >> december 28th, 2011. subzero temperatures and a winter snow grip north korea. as the world's most see corrective and oppressive country laid to rest its supreme leader, king km jong il. the world got a rare glimpse inside the sealed-off nation. hysterical throngs of north koreans lined the 25-mile route of the funeral procession in a ritualis of bizarre mourning. it's unclear if the wailing was genuine or motivated by fear. >> people probably understand what would happen if they didn't show sufficient grief. >> the s state wanted them to behave this way. >> and t t
. our cameras go inside the under ground railroad. >> helping north koreans get out, the secret groups. this is extremely dangerous. >> for the first time this detector speaks. >> we escaped over the river at the narrowest part. >> a baumanana baby from the 19. jennifer he esposito have in >> you have the highest case i have ever seen. >> this is fox files. >> december 28, 2011. as korea laid to list its supreme leader, kim jong-il. the world got a rare glimpse inside the sealed off nation. hoytal thongs of north koreans lined the route, but it's unclear if the wailing was genuine or motivated by fear. >> the people probably understand what would happen if they didn't show sufficient grief. >> much of this was forced. the state wanted them to behave this way. >> and the state was working overtime in the days after kim jong-il's death. they were ensuring that north koreans did not deviate from the ideology and behavior. >> north korea is the single most closed and repressed society arguely in human history. >> every is monitored. there's a fear of the black americamer that will show up
. there are probably about 200,000 north koreans today in more than a million who have already died there. these are the people that i write about in my book. this knowledge comes to us despite knowledge of the kim family regime to keep it secret. for more than 50 years, ever since the end of the korean war, north korea has sealed off from the world. the kim family regime has presumed an isolationist policy and it retains an iron grip on information, access which is control. to give an example, every radio must be registered with the government. and that style must be fixed to the government run radio station. to enforce this, security police equipped cruise neighborhoods, trying to identify households where residents have tinkered with the radios and are turning in to band radio broadcasts. surveys show that a high percentage of them listen to foreign radio broadcasts in north korea in defiance of the rule. and their motivation to leave was in part what they heard on those radio broadcast. people are hungry for information about the outside world. north koreans who escape must first go t
stages of a three-stage rocket. they say north korean officials seem to be conducting final checks. the orientation of a crane on the site was also different from three days earlier. equipment that could be used to record the launch, including cameras and antennas, was also observed on the site. the researchers say north korea could be ready for liftoff as early as december 6th. they also note the country has not informed international organizations of its plans. north korean officials sent advanced notice before previous tests on two occasions. the possible launch of a long-range missile was among the topics discussed friday by high-ranking chinese officials during a visit to pyongyang. the chinese delegation met with north korean leader kim jong-un. it was headed by li jianguo, who currently serves as vice chairman of the people's congress. li was recently promoted to the communist party's political bureau. china's xinhua news agency says li conveyed a message from xi jinping, who succeeded hu jintao as general secretary of the communist party. li referred to the long-range missi
of the upheaval that is under way in syria in relation to iran. we know the north koreans built a nuclear power plant in syria. if syria falls apart and if the extremists take over in this situation, you have a real potential for a spillover. i think one of the places we should have acted sooner was in syria to move in there, to provide support, to provide assistance and tell people, look we will support those that are fighting for their freedom. we are the good guys. situation where the iranians are working so hard to help ensure that those that have an extremist ideology prevail. working so hard to assure that assad stays in power, you have to say to yourself why do the iranians care so deeply about syria. i would be more concerned about syria given its history. frankly, across the arab world you've got regions and countries you've got people that are in power who do not support or see the world we do. >> greta: everybody is grateful that osama bin laden is gone but is there anything about the obama foreign policy that you think has been smart or something that you think you would have done,
quickly with the north korean communist government crossing the 38th parallel that was agreed upon in peace treaties. immediately overran, started to overrun south korea. without consulting with the president, who was back home in independence, he went to the u.n. and said we have to do something about it to stop it. he said, i will come back, hot on the plane. he said, get a good night's sleep and come tomorrow. so he did. truman was furious with what was going on. we now have the truman doctrine, which said that if communists tried to take over countries we will block them. we will give money to greece and turkey, an airlift to berlin when russians blockaded. we had red lines. when the north koreans crossed the red line -- he was furious, so he backed him and sent the army to push back the north koreans. macarthur was in charge. he was told not to do several things. not to do anything on the other side of the yellow river when they got that far. >> where was the yellow river? >> separating china from north korea. not to cross it, because that might bring china into the war. not t
relocated to north korea with their spouses several decades ago be allowed to visit japan. north korean delegates said they were ready to cooperate on both issues. the two sides also agreed to discuss the north's nuclear and missile development programs. >>> earlier i spoke to tetuya endoh, who was in charge of japanese negotiations in north korea in the 1990s. please tell us, what's your take on this latest round of negotiations? >> seems to me in order to solve the difficult issues and problems, parties need to meet and discuss the matters. in this sense, ulan bator meeting this time was at least one step forward. in addition, the meeting decided to continue discussions later on and also the meeting covered a wide range of issue, including most difficult or perhaps abductions. >> so there was meaning to this meeting. what do you think is north korea's motivation to continue a dialogue with japan? they have been silent for quite a number of years. >> it is four years. it seems to me there were two reasons behind the stance of north korea. one is the new regime of kim jong-un, was just
's nuclear problem. he'll meet with officials including the chair of the six-partyalks on the north korean program. he'll likely ask china to persuade the north to skrapt launch. u.s. analysts said recent satellite photos said pyongyang may fire another missile. north korean military leaders launched what they called a satellite from the same pace in april. western intelligence analysts said the device, which crashed, was a long-range missile. >>> people at a japanese electronics company are interested in strength ning their renewable energy department. ai uchida from the business desk joins us now. >> i want to tell you specifically about rechargeable batteries or storage batteries. they're use envelope households during pow area outages, they're useful to drivers who use them in place of gasoline. the people at nec in japan understand that this is a growing and important market. the japanese electronics firm will join the bidding for a bankrupt u.s. company making storage batteries. nec officials say they want to buy the failed batterymaker a 1, 2, 3 systems. the u.s. firm filed for bank
. they want to stop north korean authorities from possibly launching a long-range missile, and so they've turned to china for help because it has a strong influence over the north. south korea's chief negotiator on north korea's nuclear development is visiting beijing. lim sung-nam will meet with senior chinese officials inwuding wu dawei. he's the chair of the six-party talks on north's nuclear program. >> translator: we will discuss the latest situation on the korean peninsula. i hope to build closer ties with china. >> lim's visit comes nearly a week after an american satellite imagery firm tsunamied a photo showing activity at a missile launch site in north korea. analysts say authorities in the north have recently transported trucks and many fuel tanks to the site. it is the same location from which they tried, but failed, to launch a long-rain ballistic missile back in april. north korean officials say it was a satellite-carrying rocket. >>> pob you louse, prosperous, pushing ahead. china's rise for wealth, power, and problems. an income gap divides its people. pollution threaten
the recent photo of a recent facility shows increased activity, and they warn north korean authorities could be preparing for another launch similar to the one that happened last april. digitalglobe released the image of the facility in tongchang-ri in the country's northwest. photo was taken on november 23rd. it shows a new tent, trucks, and many fuel tanks. digitalglobe analysts say north korean authorities could carry out a missile launch in the next three weeks. earlier, u.s. satellite images of the facility showed what are believed to be parts of a long-range ballistic missile. >>> north koreans space officials failed earlier this year when they tried to launch what they said was a rocket carrying a satellite. some governments called it a missile test. the photos showing renewed activity in the north is prompting renewed attention from different nations. >> translator: we are monitoring related reports. maintaining peace and stability on the korean peninsula is the common responsibility of concerned nations. it's also in their interest. >> a u.s. defense department official declined to
sides say a decision will be made by this month's registration deadline. >>> the north korean envoy for upcoming talks with japan has declined to say whether their abduction of japanese nationals will be on the table. he was talking to reporters in beijing on the way to the meeting in mongolia. >> translator: we are going to have bilateral talks with japan in mongolia on thursday. there is no knowing what will be discussed until we start it. >> the representatives of the two countries are to hold bureau chief level discussions in the capital ulan bator. lower level officials met in august in beijing, marking the first official sit-down between the two sides in four years. north korean officials recently allowed japanese families to visit the graves of relatives who died there around the end of world war ii. they have repeatedly said the abductions issue is resolved. north korea's state-run media has reported the two countries are to discuss how to improve ties. >>> satellite images show north korea may be pressing ahead with the development of long-range his ls. u.s. researchers at
democratic party held the reins of government. >>> north korean officials are trying to drum up more foreign investment. once again they turned to their main ally china and invited the heads of 40 chinese companies for a week long industrial tour. north krooe's foreign shechlt committee keeps a permanent office in beijing. it is headed by the you thinkel and mentor of leader kim jong un. the office invited the chinese executives to tour mines and lumber mills in and around pinyany. they're already active in north korea and helping to develop two economic sgroens in the north. the committee's work is seen as vital for jump starting a stagnant economy and hosted a trade fair last month in northeastern china. 100 north korean companies took part. >>> china's new leaders are settling in to their new jobs and starting to work through the challenges they face. the economy is their number one priority. growth has slowed. senior officials are promising a fix. some analysts say they should start by putting a stop to bad investments by local governments. nhk world a mad ahas the story. >> reporter: th
of the 1984 patrick swayze flick is also releasing this weekend and it features north korean villains invading america. however, the plot wasn't always like that. chinese invaders were originally the big baddies but a shifting film market in the east made the producers digitally change chinese flags into north korean flags and rerecord original dialogue. producers called the chinese version too much of a hot potato. >>> some celebrities took to twitter to share their thanksgiving traditions. pink showed off her impressive table setting skills. check this out. this is ryan seacrest who had a very flam rouse day. he was taking out the trash. >> do you think he really takes out his own trash? >> i do. i do of the. just like you. >> i'm sure he has someone that can do it for him. but he wanted to be like the rest of us for one dafrnlths from wthr in indianapolis where in fishers, indiana, one man is causing quite a flap in his neighborhood over his 50 pet pigeons. they are certified racing pigeons which he houses in his garage. the problem, the birds' exercise routine, a daily flyover. when they d
, just ahead, remorse on the set of "two and a half men." >>> plus, north korean dictator kim jong un celebrates his heartthrob status, well, at least in china. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." i'm here live at nbc's 30 rockefeller plaza. behind me you'll see what is the lit-up christmas tree. tonight it will be chilly, but a great show here live on nbc. ton west coast is where all the rain and trouble is. all the big stormy weather be affecting the west coast. especially from san francisco to san jose. sacramento northwards up the coastline of california. you'll be the target in the next 48 hours for the heaviest rain, possibility of up to six inches that could cause flooding concerns. the forecast today, eventually some of the clouds and rain will work towards los angeles. that will be later today. more showery weather north of portland towards seattle. as we go to thursday, not much of a change. temperatures will remain pretty seasonal in the 50s and 60's. that's what's prevent ag big snowstorm. we will see the wet weather continuing for the days ah
," 8:00 p.m. japan time, here on "newsline." >>> the north korean envoy for upcoming talks with japan has declined to say whether their abduction of japanese nationals will be on the table. he was talking to reporters in beijing on the way to the meeting in mongolia. >> translator: we are going to have bilateral talks with japan in mongolia on thursday. there is no knowing what will be discussed until we start it. >> the representatives of the two countries are to hold bureau chief level discussions in the capital ulan ba tore. lower levels officials met for the first time in four years. north korean officials allowed japanese families to visit the graves of relatives who died there around the end of world war ii. they preetdly said the abductions issue is resolved. north korea state-run media has reported the two countries are to discuss how to improve ties. >>> microsoft has been trying to play catch-up to apple's world of back-to-back hits like the ipads. some are calling it quits and moving on. yonggi canning has the latest. >> it's interesting. we're seeing a series of departures
was named as head of the u.s. delegation for six-party talks on the north korean nuclear issue. previously ambassador hill served as u.s. ambassador to poland from 2000-2004, u.s. ambassador to republic of macedonia, 96-99, and special envoy to kosovo from 98-99. he also served as special assistant to the president and senior director for south european affairs on the national security council. ambassador hill received the state department's distinguished service award for his contribution as a member of the u.s. negotiating team in the bosnia peace settlement, and was a recipient of the robert s. frazier award for peace negotiations for his work on the kosovo crisis. prior to joining the foreign service, ambassador hill served as peace corps volunteer in cameroon. he graduated with a ba in economics, received a masters degree from the naval war college in 1994. ladies and gentle and i would just like to take a moment to recognize these gentlemen for all the work they have done for the united states in asia and around the world. so if we could just give them a round of applause. [applause]
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important not so much in terms of dealing with the always lovable north koreans. you pick to pick them up and hug them, you know. the process was important we had allies that were doubting us. and i think the thing that we did in terms of working with the rok and closing that daylight that it appears between our two countries, and really creating a situation where we could work with the rok on lot of things with i think it was a very important aspect of what we ask. another thing, it goes back to something that dick solomon mentioned. we do best with china when we're doing real stuff with china, and the real stuff that we did with china on cambodia, we were having trouble finding stuff to do with china especially in the wake of the issues that merged with china. and to be sure, we set up the working groups. my goodness, i think we had 365 dialogues with china across every subject. we weren't finding real things we could sit down and say, okay we'll do this if you do this that. and do kind of a real address real problems. i think the sixth-parties were also important pause of the pattern o
releasing this weekend. it features north korean villains invading america. however, the plot wasn't always like that. chinese invaders were originally the big baddyes. but a shifting film market in the east made the producers digitally change chinese flags in to north korean flags and also rerecord original dialogue. producers called the chinese version too much of a hot potato. >>> a russian court has rejected a suit against madonna by a group of antiof gay activists who accuse her of promoting homosexuality. in a recent concert, the singer attacked a city law that imposed fines for spreading homosexual propaganda calling it, a, quote, ridiculous atrocity. >>> finally. >>> celebrities took to wait toer to share their thanksgiving day activities. emmy rossum was making stuffing wearing an appropriately themed hat. is that a turkey on her head? pink showed off her impressive table setting skills. and ryan seacrest had a glamorous day. he took out the trash. >>> it is now time for another look at the weather with bill karins who took out the trash not once but twice yesterday. >> at least. g
with song il-ho, the north korean official in charge with normalizing ties with japan. japan is urging north korea to take specific steps to address the abduction of japanese citizens during the 1970s and '80s. another likely topic on the agenda will be the return of japanese remains dating back to the evacuation of the korean peninsula around the end of world war ii. the japanese side also expects to discuss the temporary return of japanese women who chose to relocate to north korea with their spouses after the war. >>> japanese leaders are concerned about the increasing number of visits by chinese government ships to japan's waters in the east china sea. now the defense minister wants to review defense cooperation guidelines with the u.s. chinese ships started toy appear in japanese waters on a regular basis in september, just after japan nationalized three of the senkaku islands. defense minister satoshi morimoto now wants to review the defense guidelines with the u.s. to include a possible conflict in the region. the current guidelines mainly cover contingencies on the korean peninsula.
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to a north korean spy who was planning to use them to kill a political activist from south korea. these are 007 type instruments and have never been seen by the you believe until now. our paula hancocks has this exclusive report. >> an assassination attempt, foiled. a north korean spy arrested on the streets of seoul. this was a year ago and this is the first time south korean intelligence officials are showcasing the weapons. exclusively to cnn. so, how does this work? >> translator: this poison needle was made to look like a parker ball point pen. there is a tube inside here. in order to activate it, we have to twist it towards the right three to four times and then press the top part like this. >> if you're shot by this pen, what happens to you? >> translator: it would cause muscle paralysis very quickly, which would lead to suffocation and then death. >> the second pen shoots a poison filled bullet. the powdered poison is then released. these pens look like they belong in a james bond movie. is it new technology? >> translator: these pen weapons are not new, but this flashlig
, thanks. >>> north korean leader kim jong-un has sent a congratulatory telegram to china's new leader, xi jinping. north korea state-run media quoted the telegram as saying xi's election to the post is an indication of the people's trust and expectations at a time when socialism is entering a new stage. the telegram said that kim believes the friendly ties between china and north korea will become stronger, as desired by the people of both countries. china is north korea's biggest ally. the economic ties between the two countries, including trade and investment, have strengthened in recent years. north korea wants to rebuild its economy with china's kropsi cooperation. attention is focused on when kim will schedule talks with the new leaders. >>> the eurozone economic shrank from july to september compared to the previous three months. this is a decline for the second quarter in a row. this also means the common currency block slid into a recession. the european union's data office released the preliminary figure of gross domestic product for the third quarter of this year. it fell 0.1% f
's relations with south korea are expected to strengthen. >>> north korean leader kim jong-un has sent a congratulatory telegram to xi jinping. north korea's state-run media quoted the telegram as saying xi's election to the post is an indication of the people's trust and expectations at a time when socialism is entering a new stage. the telegram said that kim believes the friendly ties between china and north korea will become stronger, as desired by the people of both countries. china is north korea's biggest ally. the economic ties between the two countries, including trade and investment, have strengthened in recent years. north korea wants to rebuild its economy with china's cooperation. attention is focused on when kim will visit china for talks with the new leaders. >>> three israelis have been killed after a rocket fired from gaza hit a building in the south of the country. they're the first casualties there since israel's military carried out an air strike that killed the hamas military commander ahmed jabari. a rocket fired by hamas and palestinian militants hit a residential
. she said she'd seek to hold talks with north korean leader kim jong-un. she said the senkaku islands are not open to negotiation. japan claims the islands, south korea controls them and calls them tokdo. park showed a willingness to negotiate on the deal. the negotiations have been suspended since 2004. opinion polls show park is leading by more than ten percentage points. mo they are seeking to form a united front to defeat park. the two candidates began talks on tuesday and agreed only one of them would continue their campaign. the two camps say they plan to select a single candidate before the official registration period begins on november 25th. but a toggle war is expected as both men seem eager to stay in the race. >>> asian and european leadersg economic and political ties, but they spent a lot of time talking about territorial disputes in the region. the 9th asia europe meeting summit brought together leaders and cabinet ministers from 49 countries, including three new members, bangladesh, norway, and switzerland. he said he hoped the summit would help solve various problems
foreign nationals. north koreans kidnapped at least 17 japanese in the 1970s and '806s and only five returned home. the ambassador said they are a global issue. the envoy rejected the resolution and called it a fabrication based on political motivation. delegates from china and russia made it clear they rejected the conclusions of the resolution. analysts with an american satellite imagery firm have other concerns. they s a recent photo showed increase activity around a missile facility in north korea. they warn authorities could be preparing for another launch similar to the one that happened last april. digital globe released the image at the facility in the northwest. the photo was taken last friday. it shows a tents, trucks, and many fuel tanks. digital globe analysts say authorities could carry out a missile launch in the next three weeks. earlier satellite images of the facility showed what are believed tbe ptsf a long range ballistic missile. protesters in egypt are back in a familiar scene playing out some familiar roles. they returned to tahrir square, the main site of last
alive. it is none other than north korean supreme leader kim jong-un. >> we'll be nice, it's friday. >> we want to be nice to kim jong-un, really? >>> and this comes to us from stanford, connecticut, where a couple of extreme athletes attempted to make their mark on the eighth annual guinness world record day. michael mena went eight feet in the air to record the highest forward lift on a pogo stick. they also used a pogo stick to hop 265 times for the most pogo jumps in one minute. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. test. test. >>> in france you better get your sweet tooth ready. a chock la tear, always ready, has created a massive chocolate tree displaying his parisian boutique complete with, what else, a monkey. that makes sense, right? why not? it stands three stories tall and weighs in around five tons. the artist says the scene promotes biodiversity and he hopes it will raise awareness on other animals. >> what are they doing with the chocolate after. >> chocolate chip pancakes. >>> lace up and set out. set a
to the bottom of the whole thing. >>> the north korean dictator, look at him. agree with the new report, all together now, he is the sexiest man alive. how did they arrive at that? they're going to like this one. don't you think? >> shepard: lawyers say they're trying to help the fast and furious gun sting. it was meant to follow guns from the united states to mexican drug cartels. the feds didn't track some of those weapons and bandits left two of them at the scene of a shootout with a border patrol agent died if 2010. the republican controlled house has been demanding records that could, they say, show how the justice department responded to a congressional investigation of fast and furious. president obama used executive privilege to keep those records private and today lawyers for both house and justice department said they're going to try to work out some of the issues themselves without the court. >>> the army private charged with the biggest security breach in american history is fighting to avoid a trial. he's private bradley manning. brad ass 87 on-line. he's accused of sending hund
worked with people who want to see their country dependent on china. and the north korean have always tried to maintain a measure of flexibility by having two major powers they can play one against the other. one possibility is that we would be approached by one leadership say they want to improve relations. they do not want to be totally dependent on china. i would not expect their approach and say they're ready to give up their nuclear program. we might be in a position where our government is going to have some interesting possibilities that might will run against all the political push back that you can imagine from congress and the media about how we could start a dialogue and be more flexible with this huggable regime up in north korea. there is a possibility. there are some signs that -- remember that image of him appearing with his wife? it was some kind of cut the event. there were some figures that look like many and -- mouse. i said,-they looked like mickey and minnie mouse. i think their efforts to try to bring about change will have a tremendous push back the military or
that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> north korean spies certainly operate in the shad dose. but when we see what they're up to, the plots can be stunning. the latest was a plan to kill defectors in cold blood. cnn's paula hancocks was given this exclusive look. >> reporter: an assassination attempt foiled. a north korean spy is arrested on the streets of seoul. this was a year ago. and this is the first time south korean intelligence officials are showcasing the weapons, exclusively to cnn. how does this work? >> translator: this poison needle was made to look like a ballpoint pen. there is a tube inside here. in order to activate it, we have to twist it towards the right three to four times and then press the top part like this. >> reporter: if you're shot by this pen, what happens to you? >> translator: it would cause muscle paralysis very quickly, which would lead to suffocation and death. >> reporter: the second pen shoots a poison-filled bullets which penetrates the skin. the powdered poison is then released. these pens look like they
pen. details of a new weapon found on a failed north korean assassin. >>> and getting a text that says your wife has just left the country. outrage over reports that saudi arabia is electronically tracking women. but first, after 100 years, have we found the smoking gun? is this a photo of the iceberg that sunk the 'n syncable "titanic"? take a look at that. ♪ [ male announcer ] you build a reputation by not breaking down. consider the silverado 1500 -- still the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road. and now we've also been recognized for lowest total cost of ownership -- based on important things, like depreciation, fuel, and maintenance costs. and now trade up to get a 2012 chevy silverado all-star edition with a total value of $9,000. from outstanding value to standing the test of time, chevy runs deep. starts with ground beef, unions, and peppers baked in a ketchup glaze with savory gravy and mashed russet potatoes. what makes stouffer's meatloaf best of all? that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. let's fix dinner. wanted to provide better employe
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